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THE MYTHICAL ROOTS OF U.S. DRUG POLICY: - Other People of the Civil War - The Participants of the War - Mikitary & Civilian - Civil War Interactive Discussion Board
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 Posted: Sun Jan 29th, 2006 10:33 pm
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rebalgray
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http://www.druglibrary.org/SCHAFFER/history/soldis.htm

This makes me think. Was Hood really taking drugs heavy.

http://johnbellhood.org/davis.htm

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 Posted: Mon Jan 30th, 2006 03:48 am
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Hi I doubt it. I only skimmed part of the first article. But the one by Mr. Davis is pretty convincing that he wasn't.



 Posted: Mon Jan 30th, 2006 03:01 pm
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The adress of Mr. Mandel says it all Haight Street, San Francisco.  My guess is that he is close to Ashbury Street too. ;)

Last edited on Mon Jan 30th, 2006 03:02 pm by David White



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Myth, really? They seemed to have known at that time people could become addicted to drinking, but did they know what else they could become addicted to?



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